Here is the narrow road I live on. Recently, the snow plow going by and big logging trucks full of logs barreling down the road mean I can't walk up the hill. There is no place to step aside as the drifts are so high.
Frost on the breezeway window.
This door is impossible to exit or enter when there is so much snow.
Thank you everyone for your generous comments on my poem "Overlooked." Several commentators mentioned a woman named Vivian Maier,(1926-2009), a Chicago street photographer who has recently been discovered. I am not sure if she was overlooked in her lifetime, as it is not clear whether she tried to be seen, but she was certainly unknown.
John Maloof bought a bin of her negatives at an auction, and became fascinated with her beautiful photographs. He is devoting hours of each day to viewing and cataloguing them and facilitated a current showing of her work in Chicago. Read about her here.
Be sure to scroll down and view the Chigcago Tonight news program about John Maloof and Vivian Maier.